Ferrari 488 GTB

GENEVA -- This is it, the new Ferrari 488 GTB!

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Ferrari 488 GTB

This is the successor to the wildly successful and hugely engaging 458, a car that many have said is the best Ferrari ever.

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The styling on the whole is quite reminiscent of the 458, but everything is exaggerated.

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The massive front fascia provides downforce and cooling for the twin-turbo V8.

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Massive Ferrari badge, naturally.

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Enormous carbon ceramic brakes from Brembo are standard.

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Its inset tails are somewhat more sculpted than on the 458.

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It's the massive intake in the doors that really sets the car apart from its predecessor.

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Ferrari 488 GTB

Long and low, with hulking proportions of the rear hinting at the 660 horsepower on command.

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The interior is very driver-focused, like the 458.

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All controls fall quickly to reach for the driver.

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In fact, the passenger won't have much to do.

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A new multi-function display behind the wheel provides navigation and infotainment duties.

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Ferrari 488 GTB

LCDs galore.

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The 488 GTB enters production soon, and while Ferrari hasn't given us a formal MSRP, look for it to start somewhere north of $230,000 in the US.

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